Nebraska is committed to supporting all incoming and transfer students impacted by the spread of the novel coronavirus. The information below has been provided by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Studies and the Nebraska College of Law.
We understand this is a challenging time for people and communities across the world. The Office of Admissions is here to support you in any way we can, and encourage you to reach out to us at email@example.com or 402-472-2023 if you have any questions or concerns.
Applying, Admitted and Transfer Students
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will provide academic accommodations for students who are experiencing disrupted schedules or attending a school that has moved to online or remote education as a result of COVID-19. Students attending schools that have enacted precautionary measures related to COVID-19 will not be penalized in our application review.
- Students who desire to attend Nebraska should contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-472-2023.
- Applicants should continue to fulfill their high school requirements as set by their schools. We will work with students and counselors to understand any modifications that have been established.
- If a student or family experiences changes in their financial circumstances, such as lost income or increased costs, due to COVID-19, they may request a special circumstances re-evaluation of their 2020–21 FAFSA. Updates to the FAFSA are made on a case-by-case basis to reflect more accurately the financial need of students or families affected by COVID-19. If this applies to you, please contact Husker Hub at email@example.com or 402-472-2030.
On-Campus Events for Prospective Students
In response to the spread of COVID-19 we have canceled all on-campus prospective student events for the foreseeable future.
Although we can't meet in person, we welcome you to join us for one of our recurring online info sessions. Topics include sessions for seniors, juniors, and transfers, value at Nebraska, and additional information about your academic area of interest.
You can also request to schedule a 1-to-1 phone or video conference with a representative from admissions or your academic area of interest.
Learn more and register on the Admissions website.
Application for Admission
The application for graduate admission continues to be available for all interested students.
English Proficiency Requirement
For international graduate applicants, the Office of Graduate Studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) has approved the temporary use of the Duolingo English Test in place of the in-person TOEFL and IELTS English proficiency exams. Duolingo English Tests taken through April 15, 2021 will be accepted. Scores are valid for two years from the date the test was taken. Applicants who take the Duolingo English Test will also be required to take UNL’s English Language Test upon arrival. For more information visit our website.
Cancellation of On-campus Individual and Group Visits
The Office of Graduate Studies has canceled all on-campus individual and group visits at this time.
The Office of Graduate Studies is hosting virtual visits via Zoom. If you are interested in visiting with a member of the Office of Graduate Studies team, sign up here.
College of Law
Individual Visits for Prospective Students
Nebraska Law Admissions welcomes opportunities to chat with prospective students one-on-one. In-person individual visits are available to students applying for Fall 2021 admission. Students wishing to talk to admissions about applications for later entry dates are encouraged to schedule a virtual meeting. Visit the College of Law website to schedule a time to visit our campus or talk with an admissions representative.
The College of Law has a number of other preview options available, including chats with students, participation in virtual classes and presentations from admissions counselors. See our visit page for current opportunities.